Here you will find the direct links to the pages for these topics:
FIVE COLLEGE LIBRARIES’ RESOURCE GUIDES FOR DANCE - open to all students with Five College IDs. If you have any questions contact the librarians - their information is on each of the pages.
Mount Holyoke: http://guides.mtholyoke.edu/dance
ALL NEW ITEMS WILL BE LISTED HERE AND UPDATED SEVERAL TIMES EACH WEEK.
NEW UNDER GENERAL TIPS FOR MOVING COURSE ONLINE:
“What Do We Teach Now” - a thoughtful perspective from sociologist Deborah Cohan, in Inside Higher Ed
NEW UNDER DANCE SPECIFIC TEACHING RESOURCES:
Online Movement Resources -- a manageable list of online dance classes
Arabic-Rooted Contemporary Dance | Online Lesson - from Leila Awadallah
Ballet Hispanico - instagram account offers classes and archival recordings
Movement Research - virtual classes by donation ($14 suggested) most days of the week from NYC artists.
NEW UNDER PERFORMANCE VIDEOS AREA:
Miguel Gutierrez - full archive open for use. MG writes: “Given that most of my work for the next few months has been cancelled, please consider donating $5 per viewing via my Venmo @miguel-gutierrez-24 Thank you! “
New York Live Arts on Vimeo - Teasers, excerpts, conversations, in-process showings of various lengths
Also doing weekly releases of past performances and talks available here.
PlayBAC In this weekly series, the Baryshnikov Arts Center presents high-quality, never-before-seen videos from its archive of performances filmed over the past 15 years. Each Thursday at 5 p.m. Eastern, a new video is posted on the center’s website and stays up for a week. The series begins April 9 with the astounding flamenco dancer Rocío Molina and the powerful singer Rosario La Tremendita, in their 2012 work “Afectos.” Other dance offerings include Rashaun Mitchell’s “Interface” (April 23-28) and Vertigo Dance Company’s “One. One & One (May 7-12).
Upstreaming This series from the Fisher Center for Performing Arts at Bard College features new video content added each Wednesday. The virtual lineup includes a 2015 program of Pam Tanowitz Dance (now available); “What Remains,” a collaboration between the choreographer Will Rawls and the poet Claudia Rankine (to be released April 8); Beth Gill’s “Catacomb” and Tere O’Connor’s “Long Run” (to be released April 15); and “Chambre” by Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson (to be released April 22).
Northwest Arts Streaming Hub - live and on-demand performance work from the Northwest.
NEW IN ONLINE PERFORMANCE PROJECTS:
Broadcasts: Art in the Age of Social Distancing: submit to have your work shown on Portland, ME’s SPACE channels, which will produce this platform 2x/week.
NEW IN PERFORMANCE TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES: